Trump spotlights the truth about ‘classified’ documents housed at Mar-a-Lago vs. Biden’s home

by Summer Lane

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President Donald Trump addressed the differences between supposedly classified documents that were taken by the FBI at Mar-a-Lago in August 2022 and Joe Biden’s classified documents that have been recently discovered in multiple locations.

“Many of the so-called ‘documents’ that the ‘Gestapo’ took in the Raid of Mar-a-Lago, unlike the ‘No Raids of Biden,’ were merely inexpensive and very common folders with words such as ‘Presidential Reading,’ ‘Confidential,’ Classified,’ or other words stamped on the front cover,” he wrote on Truth Social. “There was nothing inside the folders because, during meetings where information was passed out, say at the Oval Office, when finished the papers inside were taken back, but the empty folders were left behind…”

In January, news broke that classified documents had been found in the Penn Biden Center prior to the November 2022 election, followed by the discovery of classified documents that were kept in Joe Biden’s personal garage in Wilmington, Delaware, as reported by RSBN.

Trump continued his statement on Truth Social, noting, “I would put them [the folders] in a pile and keep them as momentous. Nothing wrong with that, but sounds to me that the Injustice Department views these as DOCUMENTS – They are not! These people are just out looking for trouble!”

Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, the new Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, recently launched an investigation into Joe Biden’s classified document scandal, sending a letter to U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland that demanded the DOJ’s cooperation with the inquiry.

“Should be checking Biden’s unsecured classified docs instead,” Trump added. “How about the 1,850 Boxes sent to Delaware. That’s the mother load! Or separately, how about revealing who spied on my campaign, stuffed the ballot boxes, or paid off the FBI? That’s what the people want to hear!”

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